Sports Gambling Chief: ‘Free’ Must be ‘Free’ in Ohio

If it says free, it’s got to be free.

That’s what the Ohio Casino Control Commission wants state residents to know when it comes to enticing offers from online sports betting firms and any company participating in the state’s sports gambling program/

Executive Director Matt Schuller tells our Pam Cook on Canton’s Morning News on 1480 WHBC Radio that paying $50 to get $50 in free bets isn’t permitted in Ohio.

Schuler says the state system opened early Sunday morning without a hitch.

He calls it the largest simultaneous launch of a sports gambling network in the country.